Monthly Archives: June 2011

CRM systems and Nonprofits – PATH Nonprofit Bootcamp

CRM systems can help a nonprofit manage their information collected from their customers or constituents. There are several options of vaying degree of cost. Some are free and same have different levels of not-free. CiviCRM – Nicholai Burton, of Park … Continue reading

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Getting Googley – PATH Nonprofit Bootcamp Liveblog

9:00 a.m.- 12 pm This is the opening general session where Googlers Alex Abelin, Spencer Thomas and Addison Nuding are demonstrating Google products and services. First up is Alex Abelin, from Google, to speak on its products. He is covering … Continue reading

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Pop Culture in Libraries – ALA 2011

I was able to attend my second ALA Annual Conference this week. After last year’s first-time experience, I attacked this year’s conference very differently. I didn’t try to do it all. I attended things that I was interested in and … Continue reading

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Recommending Reading: Social Media Marketing

I am often asked for recommendations for those interested in learning more on social media. Often, those who run small businesses or work with nonprofits want to market themselves but sometimes don’t have the budget to hire a marketing firm … Continue reading

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To TwitPic or Not?

The popular phot sharing service for Twitter, Twipic, has been in the news lately because it was announced they would be selling users’ pictures to third parties to be used in ads. I am not sure about your average consumer … Continue reading

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